The natural way of things
by Wood, Charlotte.
"Two women awaken from a drugged sleep to find themselves imprisoned in a broken-down property in the middle of a desert. Strangers to each other, they have no idea where they are or how they came to be there with eight other girls....In each girl's past ...View in our Catalog
The Mandibles : a family, 2029 - 2047
by Shriver, Lionel, author.
It is 2029. The Mandibles have been counting on a sizable fortune filtering down when their 97-year-old patriarch dies. Yet America's soaring national debt has grown so enormous that it can never be repaid. Under siege from an upstart international curren...View in our Catalog
A meal in winter : a novel
by Mingarelli, Hubert, 1956-
Over the last few decades, economists and psychologists have quietly documented the many ways in which a person's IQ matters. But, research suggests that a nation's IQ matters so much more. As Garett Jones argues in Hive Mind, modest differences in nation...View in our Catalog
by Ahrnstedt, Simona, author.
Trust is the most precious commodity of all. In the cutthroat world of Sweden's financial elite, no one knows that better than corporate raider David Hammar. Ruthless. Notorious. Unstoppable. He's out to hijack the ultimate prize, Investum. After years of...View in our Catalog
The Hamilton affair : a novel
by Cobbs Hoffman, Elizabeth, author.
Hamilton was a bastard and orphan, raised in the Caribbean and desperate for legitimacy, who became one of the American Revolutions most dashingand improbableheroes. Admired by George Washington, scorned by Thomas Jefferson, Hamilton was a lightning ro...View in our Catalog
by McGuire, Jamie.
A novella about America and Shepley from the bestselling novel, Beautiful Disaster. America Mason, a sassy undergrad at Eastern State University, is in love with a Maddox-- Shepley Maddox. Unlike his cousins, Shepley is more lover than fighter, but a road...View in our Catalog
Tiny pieces of skull : or, a lesson in manners
by Kaveney, Roz, author.
"In the 1980s, poet and activist Roz Kaveney wrote a novel, Tiny Pieces of Skull, about trans street life and bar life in London and Chicago in the late 1970s. Much admired in manuscript by writers from Kathy Acker to Neil Gaiman, it has never seen print ...View in our Catalog
A will, a way, and a wedding
by Carlson, Melody, author.
Daphne Ballinger has to marry by a deadline to inherit her aunt's estate-- and it looks like she isn't going to make it. Her first date with Jake may be the last, since he's thinking of moving to Miami to be closer to his daughter, since his ex-wife and h...View in our Catalog
by McGuire, Jamie, author.
No-nonsense Liis Lindy transferred from Chicago to the FBI field office in San Diego after breaking her engagement. Special Agent in Charge Thomas Maddox is trying to spare his brother Travis from a prison term by recruiting him into the FBI. Now Liis and...View in our Catalog
The missing will
by Brunstetter, Wanda E., author.
"Meet businessman Joel Byler who has gotten himself into a financial bind and his eccentric, wealthy Amish father who is done bailing out his spoiled son. When will Joel learn he most pay for his own mistakes and at what cost to his business, his fiance´e...View in our Catalog
by Chamberlin, Holly, 1962- author.
MODERN & CONTEMPORARY FICTION (POST C 1945). From bestselling author Holly Chamberlin comes a smart, clever novel about love, marriage, and growing up--not necessarily in that order Anna Traulsen, of Anna's Occasions, an elite Boston event planning compan...View in our Catalog